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151

What equipment must power driven aircraft operating VFR OTT have, other than equipment required for DVFR

Altimeter with subscale, pitot heat, directional gyro, attitide indicator, turn coordinator

152

What equipment must power driven aircraft operating NVFR have, other than equipment required for DVFR

Altimeter with subscale, turn coordinator, directional gyro, landing light, instrument illumination, position and anti-collision lights, adequete source of electrical energy for all electrical and radio equipment, spare fuses

153

When can anti-collision lights be turned off at night?

When the PIC determines that, because of operating conditions, doing so would be in the interests of aviation safety

154

What are the safety belt requirements for aircraft other than balloons?

The aircraft must be equipped with a seat and safety belt for each person on board (other than an infant)

Safety belt must have metal-to-metal latching device

155

What are the shoulder harness requirements on an aircraft?

Each front seat shall be equipped with a safety belth that includes a shoulder harness. Exception is small aeroplanes manufactured before July 18, 1978

156

When should the PIC of the aircraft direct all persons on board to fasten safety belts?

During movement on the surface

During take off and landing

Any time during the flight that the PIC considers it necessary

157

605.29 states that no operator of an aircraft shall permit the use of a flight control lock in respect of the aircraft unless:

The flight control lock is incapable of becoming engaged when the aircraft is being operated

An unmistakable warning is provided to the person operating the aircraft whenever the flight control lock is engaged

158

When must oxygen equipment and an oxygen supply be available for all crew and 10% of passengers?

At cabin pressure altitudes between 10,000'-13,000' ASL for the entire period of flight exceeding 30 minutes

159

When must oxygen equipment and an oxygen supply be available for all persons on board an aircraft?

At cabin pressure altitudes above 13,000'ASL for the entire period of flight

160

When should all crew wear an oxygen mask and use supplemental oxygen during operations between 10,000'-13,000' ASL?

For any part of the flight at those altitudes that is more than 30 minutse in duration

161

When should each person on board an aircraft flying over 13,000'ASL wear an oxygen mask and use supplemental oxygen?

For the duration of the flight at those altitudes

162

What should you do in the case of losing your transponder en route?

With ATC clearance, fly to next aerodrome of intended landing in fligh plan, or to the first aerodrome with facilities to remove and fix the unit

163

605.38 states that no person shall operate an aircraft unless it is equipped with one of more ELTs. What are the exceptions?

F.T.U engaged in flight training and operated within 25 NM of the aerodrome of departure

Engaged in a flight test

A new aircraft engaged in flight operations incidental to manufacture, preparation or delivery of the aircraft (test flight)

164

When can you fly without an ELT (as per the MEL)?

There is displayed on a readily visible placard within the aircraft cockpit, for the period of removal of the ELT from the aircraft, stating that the ELT has been removed and setting out the date of removal, and the aircraft is to be re-equiped with a serviceable ELT within 30 days after the date of removal

165

When should an ELT be activated?

Only in an emergency

During first 5 minutes of any hour for no more than five seconds, for the purpose of testing

166

Who should be notified if the ELT is accidentally activated during flight?

ATC, FSS, CARS

167

605.84 states that take-off is prohibited unless the aircraft is maintened in accordance with:

Any airworthiness limitations

The requirements of any airworthiness directives issued by the Minister

168

605.85 states that after undergoing maintenance, and aircraft shall not fly unless:

A maintenance release is signed

169

Is maintenance release required for tasks identified as elementary work?

No

170

605.86 prohibits taking off in an aircraft unless it is maintained in accordance with a regular maintenance schedule. Who approves the maintenance schedule?

The Minister

171

When can the Minister authorize an operator to deviate from the requirements of the maintenance schedule?

When the operator submits a request in writing which demonstrates that the deviation will not affect aviation safety

172

What should be done before taking off in an aircraft that has been subjected to any abnormal occurence?

Inspect the aircraft for damange. Can be done by the PIC if it does not require disassembly

173

What technical records should be kept by the owner in respect of the aircraft?

Journey log

Seperate technical record for the airframe, each installed engine, and each variable-pitch propeller

174

How long should the owner of an aircraft retain every entry in a journey log?

1 year

175

When can the operator take off in an aircraft without carrying the journey log on board?

It is not planned that the aircraft will land and shut down at any location other than the point of departure

176

What should also be delivered when transferring the title of an aircraft, airframe, engine, propeller, or appliance to another person?

All the technical records that relate to that aeronautical product

177

When can weapons, ammunition, or other equipment designed for use in war be carried on board an aircraft?

The aircraft is a Canadian aircraft,  or when authorized by the Minister

178

What does 606.02 state about liability insurance?

No owner or operator of an aircraft shall operate the aircraft unless proof of liability insurance is carried on board